On: August 9, 2023     By: Lindsay Bernsen Wardlaw

When U.S. Controls Apply to Your Non-U.S. Product: Understanding De Minimis Rules

If your product contains more than a de minimis amount of U.S.-origin content, or if your product is made in a facility using equipment that was produced using U.S. know-how, you may need a U.S. export license—even if production and shipment occur completely outside the U.S. Learn how to conduct a de minimis assessment to determine if these rules apply to your product.

On: August 9, 2023     By: Kari Crane

International Trade Briefing: August 2023 [Video]

This month's international trade news includes: what you need to know about new policies on self-disclosure of compliance violations, new antiboycott reporting requirements, a Section 301 update, more evidence of nearshoring, the 2023 National Export Strategy and more.

On: August 2, 2023     By: Arnesh Roy

What Is Landed Cost?

Landed cost calculates the entire cost of importing or exporting your goods, including shipping, handling, customs duties and fees, and more, allowing you to be more strategic and better prepared. We explain what's included in landed cost, the role of Incoterms and how software can simplify the process.

On: July 17, 2023     By: David Noah

OFAC Compliance Best Practices

The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) enforces sanctions against people and organizations based on U.S. foreign policy and national security. Unlike other restricted party lists, complying with OFAC regulations involves more than just checking lists. We offer tips for compliance.


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